Aaron Gulley

Author's Bio

Aaron Gulley is a Nigerian-born travel and adventure writer. He has covered the world from Bali to Namibia for Outside and writes a regular column for the magazine about cycling and bike culture.

Yeti SB-95

Outside picks the best bikes of May 2013, including the Yeti SB-95

Specialized Tactic

A lot of helmet for the price, with a tricked-out fit system, removable visor, and decent ventilation.

Kali Maraka XC

Lightweight but just as comfy and safe as heftier helmets.

Giro Air Attack

Slip combined with comfort, ventilation and lightness.

Louis Garneau Course

The closest you'll ever get to that wind-through-the-hair feeling wearing a helmet.

Can Bike Clothes Have Style?

With its New Road line, Giro, alongside a handful of other apparel manufacturers, is trying to bring pro-quality performance to the civilian peloton

Spartacus Battles to Roubaix Win

In winning his third Paris-Roubaix on Sunday in memorable fashion, Fabian Cancellara cemented his reputation as a legend

Enduro Helmets: Super Protection?

Bell’s new enduro-oriented Super is the latest in a quickly expanding market of all-mountain helmets. But are these new, bigger lids really safer?

Felt Z4

Outside picks the best bikes of May 2013, including the Felt Z4

The Rise of the Unsanctioned Race

Endurance athletes are skipping established races to stage their own raucous events. Going toe-to-toe has never been this much fun.

A Conversation With Jay Petervary

The Idaho-based ultra-endurance mountain biker talks about his record-setting ride on the Iditarod Trail Invitational, which he completed sleepless and with a broken ankle.

The Wired Bike

As Shimano unveils its second-generation Dura-Ace Di2 groupo, it’s a good time to ask: Is electronic shifting an essential upgrade or a gratuitous and overpriced accessory?